Decoding the hidden (and not so hidden) symbolism of the Kennedy Assassination

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Regular followers of my posts will already know that I believe there is an occult force behind this vast, centuries old conspiracy. Often one does not have to look too hard to begin to discern the influence that this “invisible college” – the Freemasons, Rosicrucian’s, Skull and Bones, the Bohemian Club, to name but a few – wield over human destiny. The Kennedy assassination is no exception. I believe Kennedy was groomed from a young age to be murdered in this way. People often wonder where the whole Camelot symbolism came from, or what it really means. Camelot, of course, is the mythical court and castle described in the King Arthur legends. Kennedy was, in many ways, the symbol of a brave new era of chivalry, youth, and beauty. His murder, at its deepest level, was part of an alchemical transformation of human consciousness. It is often been written that something died in the American psyche on that dreadful morning on November 22nd 1963. What was to follow under the Johnson and Nixon administrations was perhaps more painful precisely because it seemed to betray everything that Kennedy appeared to stand for.

Dealey Plaza was chosen because it represented, on a symbolic level, the Temple, a place of sacrifice. The Plaza is located on the 33rd degree of latitude. 33 is the highest degree in the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. The three tramps who were initially detained in custody but then inexplicably released – in reality one team in a triumvirate of shooters, that included E. Howard Hunt – were symbolic of the unworthy craftsman Jubela, Jubelo and Jubelum, who murdered the master of the Temple Hiram Abiff. This ritual symbolism is not coincidental, but rather, meticulously planned and quite deliberate. A Plaza is, of course, a square – a symbol of vast significance within Freemasonry – and the book depository, where another team of shooters were located, overlooks an Obelisk. The shooting took place at 12 noon, when the sun is at its “most high”. Numerology is also very significant. In occult traditions, the number 11 has been associated with evil, sinfulness, death and destruction. 33 is, of course, a multiple of 11, as is 22, the date on which the assassination took place (on the 11th month of the year). Kennedy’s motorcade slowed to 11 miles an hour when it took the sharp turn into Elm Street and continued at that speed as the shots rang out.

Then we have Oswald. Oswald was, in reality, a composite character. The Lee Harvey Oswald who was trained as a marine was not the same man who came back from the Soviet union. Indeed, there were people claiming to be Oswald popping up all over the place in the weeks before the Kennedy assassination. To understand the importance of Oswald, one must again dig deeper, and attempt to discern a far stranger truth. Oswald is a reference to Oz, as in Ozymandias, the title of a poem written by Shelley about the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses II. Let us not forget that masonic temples are replete with Egyptian symbolism, and the “craft” itself may even descend from the Mystery Schools of Ancient Egypt. Just consider the content of Shelley’s poem:

I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone…
“My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”

History books are full of stories regarding the execution of our Kings. Kennedy was no different; driven, albeit unwittingly in the Presidential motorcade to his place of execution at high noon.

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